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5 Cool things by Ngoun Wathana

5 Cool things by Ngoun Wathana


Doing Charity
What do you like doing in your free time? Playing games, watching TV, hanging out with your buddies?  Aside from these activities, you can spend some more meaningful time by doing charity work and giving back to your community.  Make a small contribution to society.  You can use your skills and talents to develop a project or host an event to raise money to help poor children.  Not only will you be gaining valuable management experience, but you’ll be demonstrating your generous humanitarian spirit and bringing hope and smiles to disadvantaged youth.  Together with some of my friends, I hosted a photography fair to raise money for Pour Un Sourie d’Enfant, an organization that helps poor children.  It is a sweet memory in my life, a very happy moment.  I found out that I live not only for myself, but for others as well.  Try it, and find out whether  what I said is correct.


Jade bracelet
What comes to mind when you’re talking about jade?  Maybe you think of ancient China and intricately carved statues.  Jade is a precious stone than many people use to make jewellery.  People wear it to demonstrate loyalty, elegance and beauty.  It may not be incredibly fashionable, but it is really valuable. The more you wear, the deeper its colour becomes, making it all the more alluring.  If you wear it, you’ll be unique, as not many people do.  It looks simple and naturally beautiful.


Cute, stylish glasses

When you see someone wearing glasses, it doesn’t always mean she has poor eyesight; it could just be her style.  Most teenagers think they look cuter and more attractive wearing big glasses like Korean pop stars.  Others wear glasses to make them look more professional and confident.  Wearing glasses in the name of fashion has become a popular modern trend.  When buying a pair, choose the glasses that best fit your face.  You can find affordable and stylish glasses at markets or gift shops.  So what are you waiting for?  Get some up-to-date glasses now!


Flat-sandals with tie at ankle
When people go out, they obviously need to wear shoes.  Flat sandals are a good choice for a simple looks, with a tie at the ankle adding extra flair.  Coupled with a T-shirt and jeans, they make you look more pleasant and presentable.  They are also great for convenience.  They take just a few seconds to throw on and allow you to walk freely and easily.  Keep your style simple, but shine!


Stickers

What are the uses of stickers.  Are they helpful or cool?  Well, for starters, stickers are ideal for greeting cards, letters, presents, and arts and crafts.  Moreover, you can use them to decorate books, photos, stationery, envelopes, even the wall of your room.  There are many kinds of stickers, designed to fit your artistic vision.  You can show off your unique creativity using stickers, as  they add so much charm and individuality.  Be your own designer and stick them anywhere for extra cuteness!

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